Why should Cincy Region be your next foodie destination? In this guide, we’re dishing out 12 things to love about the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky food scene!
The Cincy Region is such a special place.
When you hear “Cincy Region,” you’re probably only thinking of Cincinnati.
But there’s so much more to this historic region on the banks of the Ohio River.
Divided by the 981-mile Ohio River, you have Cincinnati (aka Queen City) on one side and Northern Kentucky (or NKY) on the other.
A trip to the Cincy Region means you’ll get to experience the cultures and cuisines of both destinations, an overlooked culinary gem.
The food scene in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region is booming!
In the Cincy Region, you’ll find locally-owned restaurants from many award-winning chefs and cocktail mixologists, unique local foods and a thrilling drink scene of beer, bourbon and craft cocktails.
I did a 4 day 3 night trip in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to explore the BLINK Festival, food, drinks and fun.
There’s so much to love about the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky food scene and I cannot wait to share them with you.
Welcome to the Cincy Region!
Stay and dine in the Best Hotel in Kentucky
Looking for where to stay in Cincy Region?
Named the Best Hotel in Kentucky by U.S. News and World Report, Hotel Covington is conveniently located in downtown Covington.
This boutique hotel is located in the historic Coppin’s Department Store, and pays homage on its namesake restaurant Coppin’s Restaurant and Bar.
I stayed at their Coppin King, a charming 350 square feet room with Flat screen LCD, a stocked mini fridge, in-room safe and a desk.
An extra touch in the room was having two tokens for complimentary coffee at the Artisan Coffee Bar in the Hotel Covington lobby.
You’ll also want to dine at Coppin’s, one of the best restaurants in Covington, for some hyper-local dishes like the Farmer’s Omelette.